College is a busy time of life—with all of the homework, projects, and tests you have to prepare for, it’s hard to keep on top of everything AND take time out for yourself.
We want to change that for you—AND ramp up your social life.
Classical music can do a lot to heal the soul, and it can even help you with your grades. Researchers found that classical music often reduces stress and anxiety and makes you more receptive to learning.
The first thing you should know is any student can attend unlimited symphony and opera events for only $59 per person per season. Of course, going out on the town is more fun with friends, so you can also get a season pass for two people for only $99—hello, impressive date night anyone? If you think you can only get to one or two shows, select performances are just $15 per student.
Right now, we are looking for one college student “correspondent” to help us spread the word about the awesome experiences we offer at the symphony and opera. We would offer you a pair of tickets to a few select performances during the season, and you would get to take over the Utah Symphony or Utah Opera Instagram account for the night to tell everyone about your experience! (Not to mention the bragging rights of being a symphony and opera insider.)
The ideal candidate would be a college student currently studying music, journalism, or communications, who has a passion for classical music and opera, and a head full of ideas.
If you’re interested, email Kathleen at firstname.lastname@example.org with your 1) full name, 2) phone number, 3) Instagram handle, and 4) a short paragraph about why you would be a great correspondent for Utah Symphony | Utah Opera.